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A furious vigilante has torn down the tribute to a career criminal killed by a pensioner in a burglary gone wrong. Iain Gordon, who wore a jacket marked Voluntary Services Lewisham, ripped down more than a dozen bunches of flowers before gathering them on the pavement and stamping on them. He then launched a furious tirade against the burglar, Henry Vincent, branding the crook a “scumbag” as he complained about the shrine - and tried to rip the head off a teddy bear. The bloke, who said he was from Lewisham, then blasted people who left tributes - claiming the flowers were paid with using cash stolen by Vincent, who was stabbed by 78-year-old Richard Osborn-Brooks.
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Vigilantes are understood to be planning a roadblock to stop the funeral procession of a burglar from passing the house of his victim. Henry Vincent, who was killed after breaking into Richard Osborn-Brooks' house, will be laid to rest with a service featuring a horse-drawn cart, his friends have said. But 78-year-old Mr Osborn-Brooks' supporters, who believe the funeral costs top £100,000, have said they will disrupt the family's plans to carry Vincent in front of the pensioner's home in Hither Green. One man, named as Mike, told Sun Online at least a dozen vehicles will be ready to stop the procession coming near the scene of what has become a turf war between Vincent's relatives and angry locals. At the weekend, police stopped Vincent's family from attaching balloons and banners to fences beside his victim's home on what would have been his birthday. They held a vigil close to the house where he died to mark his 38th birthday and around 20 women from the travelling community, who said they were relatives of Vincent, arrived in south London to lay flowers. Some carried balloons saying "You’ll be missed" and placards featuring photographs of Vincent. They were escorted by five police officers who tried to stop them stapling the banners and balloons to the garden fences of homeowners. Eventually, the tributes were attached to the street sign itself and a lamppost. Mr Osborn-Brooks has been advised to stay away from the property since the night he fatally stabbed career criminal Vincent with a screwdriver, amid concern for his own safety. Neighbours have voiced their objections to the tributes, while members of the public have been seen tearing down flowers and condolence messages attached to the fence. Vincent, who was a member of the traveller community, is expected to be buried near his family’s site in Orpington, Kent. His family have also revealed plans to route his horse-drawn funeral procession past Mr Osborn-Brooks’ house in Hither Green, south east London.